In Memoriam

  • In Memoriam, Vol. 90, No. 3

    In Memoriam, Vol. 90, No. 3

    1930s | 1940s | 1950s | 1960s | 1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2010s | Friends 1930s Robert F. Head Jr., CE 39, of Gainesville, Fla., on June 4. WWII (Maj., Combat Cmdr.). Greater Gainesville Rotary Club. Chairman, Pension Fund Review Committee. Founding member, Oak Hall School. Madison Post, Cls 39, of Fond du Lac, Wis., on May 5. Army (Lt. Col., Ordinance officer). WWII. Allis more

  • Raymond A. Jones Jr., Businessman and Education Champion

    Raymond A. Jones Jr., Businessman and Education Champion

    Raymond A. Jones Jr., CE 49, of Atlanta on June 26. Jones spent his career at J.A. Jones Construction Company, the company his grandfather established in Charlotte, N.C., in 1890. He was a director of the company’s numerous national subsidiaries and retired as executive vice president of the Charlotte headquarters. In Atlanta, he was president of more

  • J. Owen Forrester, Federal Judge and One-Time “American Bandstand” Host

    J. Owen Forrester, Federal Judge and One-Time “American Bandstand” Host

    J. Owen Forrester, IM 61, of Atlanta, on July 1. Forrester was a U.S. District Senior Judge who was appointed to the federal bench in Atlanta by President Ronald Reagan in 1982. Following 23 years as a trial court judge in the Northern District of Georgia, Forrester took senior status in 2004, according to his more

  • Harold Frank Ford Jr., WWII Hero, Engineer and Businessman

    Harold Frank Ford Jr., WWII Hero, Engineer and Businessman

    Harold Frank Ford Jr., ME 49, of Auburn, Ala., on April 29. Ford was a decorated soldier and WWII veteran. At age 20, Ford arrived in Gambsheim, France, with the U.S. Army to attack German troops weakened after the Battle of the Bulge. In 1945, Ford and 25 other men were captured as prisoners of war. His more

  • Tom Coleman, Politician and Businessman

    Tom Coleman, Politician and Businessman

    Tom Coleman, IM 50, of Savannah, Ga., on June 4. Coleman is remembered as a devoted public servant to the Savannah community. Coleman was a leader at Georgia Tech, where he served as captain of the football team. After graduating from Tech, he became a physics teacher and football coach. He later joined the U.S. Army more